Wizz Air to launch 15 new routes from Poland next year
From next summer, Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air will launch 15 new destinations, from Gdansk (northern Poland), Krakow (southern Poland) and Warsaw, the carrier announced on Tuesday.
Among the new connections will be flights starting in June 2020 from Warsaw to Turku (Finland), Madrid (Spain), Bologna (Italy) and Tenerife (Canary Islands), from June 1 from Gdansk to Bari (Italy) and from July and August from Krakow to Verona, Milan and Bologna (Italy) Barcelona (Spain), Tromso, Stavanger, Bergen, Haugesund and Trondheim (Norway), as well as to London Gatwick.
In addition, from next summer, Wizz Air will increase the frequency of flights on 24 routes a week including Gdansk to Oslo (Norway, from seven to 10) and Trondheim (from three to four), Krakow to Rome (Italy, from five to seven), and from Warsaw to Kutaisi (Georgia, from three to four).
In total, in 2020, Wizz Air will offer 193 routes to 28 countries from nine airports in Poland. Currently it offers 178 routes.